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|Garren Lee Fulmer||Rowland's|
Thanks for the great work on a good chunk of many of my relatives out in KY! Thanks too, for transferring those family members closest to our Tree's branch. They will be managed well by family!
|Jillian ||Frances Rose|
Hi I was hoping you could update a profile of my GGG grandmother, her memorial # is 16447045.
Per Bess Miller Rose - her grandmother Laura Effie (Wilson) Rose passed down the story of how Fannie died. There was a fire on July 10, 1877 at their home. A bucket brigade was formed to fight the fire from a nearby creek. When the fire was out Fannie was missing, she was found face down in the creek and drowned. It is unknown why she lost consciousnesses but she was pregnant with her 16th child.
She had beautiful, long, red hair, a trait of many other Swangos and Roses.
Added by Jillian on Oct 05, 2016 3:54 PM
|Jean Muetzel||Brown Cemetery|
I am the Registrar for Cincinnati Chapter DAR and we are trying to help a prospective member with membership.
Is it possible to get tombstone photos from the Brown Cemetery of ? :
Samuel Washington Brown (1819-1888)
his wife Cynthia Ann Nickell (1820-1880)
His son Harvey Burns Brown (1858-1940) and
his wife Sarah May (1862/65- 1918)
Did the birth and death dates for Samuel and Cynthia come from the tombstone?
|Beverly Smith||Isaac Mize II|
With your permission may I suggest you add "he was the son of Isaac Sr. and Elizabeth(Massey) of KY and that he had at least 10 siblings."
|Tamera||RE: Archelous Craft|
Thank you for posting but I did not do the write up on him, I just found that write up that someone had posted on a website and thought it should be shared on your page.
But thank you for posting, any history we find is a treasure! ~Tamera
Added by Tamera on May 18, 2016 12:51 PM
|Morgan Sexton||RE: Fannie Bolin|
i am willard sexton's daughter. moved here in '07 from ohio; live near "Korea" (menifee/morgan border near "Artville" where the James Willard Sexton family grew up…Uncles Roy and Tom still alive and alert. all others dead. grandma was Maggie Osborne Sexton McGuire. Her mother Fannie Bolin. James Willard Sexton's parents were caleb david and nancy emeline patrick…i'm esp. interested in whether or not any of these osbornes or bolins or sextons might have been melungeons, as those are some ky. names that get mentioned…and also who fought on which sides in the civil war…i'm firstname.lastname@example.org Cheers!
|Morgan Sexton||Fannie Bolin|
what do you know of the osbornes and bolins and lawsons of morgan co?
|Donna||#7707472 Ellis Craft|
thanks for getting back to me about the grave photo. i did send a message to the person whom is listed under the pic. it would be nice to see it upright but it is not life or death. thank you for your help. donna
Added by Donna on Apr 30, 2016 12:24 PM
|Sharon||Mary Frances Caskey Henry Memorial# 70323531|
Please review the headstone photos posted to this memorial; they don't seem to jive with the data listed. Thanks.
Added by Sharon on Apr 04, 2016 2:12 PM
|Kathy||Lewis Stump in Union Cemetery is incorrect|
Please remove the Lewis Stump in Union Cemetery, he is buried in Evergreen with his wife. Thank you
Stump, Lewis 57837200
b. Jan. 1, 1804 d. Dec. 6, 1885 Union Cemetery
Stump, Lewis 110844050
b. Jan. 1, 1804 d. Dec. 7, 1885 Evergreen Cemetery
Added by Kathy on Nov 15, 2015 10:28 AM
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